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Try working your hips, abs (obliques too) and lower back. These are the muscle groups that stabilize the torso. If you strengthen these muscles you will be able to maintain the upright posture when deep in the hole. Make sure your technique is sound also. Take as wide a stance as you feel comfortable with, place the bar as low as possible on the traps (upper back), big air before descending, sit back with your butt as far as possible (lead with the butt, not a bend at the knees), let your torso descend directly down between your hips, keep your chest high and look up (very important). When firing out of the hole force your knees out, lead with your head and shoulders, break the bar over your back and move your hips up and forward. Thazzit! Good luck!